OK, turing.

<- leave blank

Thu Oct 17 03:32:48 EDT 2019

redacted

Thu Oct 17 00:23:25 EDT 2019
redacted

Wed Oct 16 19:20:55 EDT 2019
#!/bin/bash
for i in `find /sys/ -name modalias -exec cat {} \;`; do
	/sbin/modprobe --config /dev/null --show-depends $i ;
done | rev | cut -f 1 -d '/' | rev | sort -u

Wed Oct 16 15:33:32 EDT 2019
When creating a new type of computer, the programs of the market are not
compatible.  If your work is about original digital products, get ready for
entering into the new economy, the sale of intangibles, ideas, patents and
professional source code.  Don't ignore our realizations if you want to be to the
head of the new competitions.

Wed Oct 16 14:13:01 EDT 2019
CDPATH="${ZSH_VERSION+.}:" && cd . && /bin/sh
/mnt/lfs/sources/coreutils-8.31/build-aux/missing aclocal-1.15 -I m4
/mnt/lfs/sources/coreutils-8.31/build-aux/missing: line 81: aclocal-1.15: command
not found
WARNING: 'aclocal-1.15' is missing on your system.
	 You should only need it if you modified 'acinclude.m4' or
	 'configure.ac' or m4 files included by 'configure.ac'.
	 The 'aclocal' program is part of the GNU Automake package:
	 <http://www.gnu.org/software/automake>
	 It also requires GNU Autoconf, GNU m4 and Perl in order to run:
	 <http://www.gnu.org/software/autoconf>
	 <http://www.gnu.org/software/m4/>
	 <http://www.perl.org/>
make: *** [Makefile:6387: aclocal.m4] Error 127


Tue Oct 15 18:37:17 EDT 2019
bulletproof, perspex, all-around visors

Tue Oct 15 10:45:26 EDT 2019
The “aboveground” simultaneous ripening of cereal grains has the inestimable
advantage of being legible and assessable by the state tax collectors.

Tue Oct 15 01:13:09 EDT 2019
redacted

Mon Oct 14 22:46:30 EDT 2019
Brown was driving a vehicle with Robyn F. as the front passenger on an unknown
street in Los Angeles.  Robyn F. picked up Brown's cellular phone and observed a
three-page text message from a woman who Brown had a previous sexual relationship
with.

A verbal argument ensued and Brown pulled the vehicle over on an unknown street,
reached over Robyn F. with his right hand, opened the car door and attempted to
force her out.  Brown was unable to force Robyn F. out of the vehicle because she
was wearing a seat belt.  When he could not force her to exit, he took his right
hand and shoved her head against he passenger window of the vehicle, causing an
approximate one-inch raised circular contusion.

Robyn F. turned to face Brown and he punched her in the left eye with his right
hand.  He then drove away in the vehicle and continued to punch her in the face
with his right hand while steering the vehicle with his left hand.  The assault
caused Robyn F.'s mouth to fill with blood and blood to splatter all over her
clothing and the interior of the vehicle.

Brown looked at Robyn F. and stated, 'I'm going to beat the sh-- out of you when
we get home!  You wait and see!'

The detective said "Robyn F." then used her cell phone to call her personal
assistant Jennifer Rosales, who did not answer.

Robyn F. pretended to talk to her and stated, 'I'm on my way home.  Make sure the
police are there when I get there.'

After Robyn F. faked the call, Brown looked at her and stated, 'You just did the
stupidest thing ever!  Now I'm really going to kill you!'

Brown resumed punching Robyn F. and she interlocked her fingers behind her head
and brought her elbows forward to protect her face.  She then bent over at the
waist, placing her elbows and face near her lap in [an] attempt to protect her
face and head from the barrage of punches being levied upon her by Brown.

Brown continued to punch Robyn F. on her left arm and hand, causing her to suffer
a contusion on her left triceps (sic) that was approximately two inches in
diameter and numerous contusions on her left hand.

Robyn F. then attempted to send a text message to her other personal assistant,
Melissa Ford.  Brown snatched the cellular telephone out of her hand and threw it
out of the window onto an unknown street.

Brown continued driving and Robyn F. observed his cellular telephone sitting in
his lap.  She picked up the cellular telephone with her left hand and before she
could make a call he placed her in a head lock with his right hand and continued
to drive the vehicle with his left hand.

Brown pulled Robyn F. close to him and bit her on her left ear.  She was able to
feel the vehicle swerving from right to left as Brown sped away.  He stopped the
vehicle in front of 333 North June Street and Robyn F. turned off the car, removed
the key from the ignition and sat on it.

Brown did not know what she did with the key and began punching her in the face
and arms.  He then placed her in a head lock positioning the front of her throat
between his bicep and forearm.  Brown began applying pressure to Robyn F.'s left
and right carotid arteries, causing her to be unable to breathe and she began to
lose consciousness.

She reached up with her left hand and began attempting to gouge his eyes in an
attempt to free herself.  Brown bit her left ring and middle fingers and then
released her.  While Brown continued to punch her, she turned around and placed
her back against the passenger door.  She brought her knees to her chest, placed
her feet against Brown's body and began pushing him away.  Brown continued to
punch her on the legs and feet, causing several contusions.

Robyn F. began screaming for help and Brown exited the vehicle and walked away.  A
resident in the neighborhood heard Robyn F.'s plea for help and called 911,
causing a police response.  An investigation was conducted and Robyn F. was issued
a Domestic Violence Emergency Protective Order.

Mon Oct 14 20:57:25 EDT 2019
From: Doug McIlroy <doug@cs.dartmouth.edu>
Date: Mon, 14 Oct 2019 11:32:53 -0400
To: tuhs@tuhs.org
Subject: Re: [TUHS] What was your "Aha, Unix!" moment?
Errors-To: tuhs-bounces@minnie.tuhs.org
Sender: "TUHS" <tuhs-bounces@minnie.tuhs.org>

Apropos of Steve Johnson's evocative description of JCL and other
pre-Unix OS interfaces, doing legwork for Multics I ran the following
experiment on a lot of then-current time-sharing systems.

As a model of creating and installing a new compiler, I used a very
short Fortran program that simply copied its input to its output,
stopping after finding END in column 7 of the input.  The drill was
	compile the program
	run it, using its own source as input
	compile the freshly made output file
This failed on every system I tried it on, though local
experts could intervene with magic to overcome the
gratuitous file-type distinctions that typically
got in the way.  Dartmouth's DTSS came closest, but
inexplicably, even to the gurus, it had a special
prohibition against a program reading the source
from which it was compiled.

Incidentally, my favorite manifestation of JCL-like mumbo jumbo
was the ironically named FUTIL control card in GECOS.

Doug



Mon Oct 14 20:56:21 EDT 2019
From: Doug McIlroy <doug@cs.dartmouth.edu>
Date: Sat, 12 Oct 2019 08:49:14 -0400
To: usotsuki@buric.co, doug@cs.dartmouth.edu
Subject: Re: [TUHS] What was your "Aha, Unix!" moment?
Cc: tuhs@tuhs.org
Errors-To: tuhs-bounces@minnie.tuhs.org
Sender: "TUHS" <tuhs-bounces@minnie.tuhs.org>

> That sounds like Macintosh rather than Apple ][.

You are right.  My error.  I might add that OS X was
afforded a different kind of "Aha, Unix!" moment.

Doug



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